I'm sure they have some changes planned but it will be interesting to see just how strict they'll be about charging their passengers. I can see lots of folks just getting irritated about the charge & not buying their overpriced wines on board at all.
I also can't possibly see how they intent to enforce the total count since people will be packing a few bottles in their checked luggage & also carrying additional bottles in their carry on bags. If they are serious about the two bottle limit they have to keep records on each & every bag and somehow that doesn't seem feasible.
Does anyone know how NCL keeps track of wine carried on board?